Manufacturer Juggy Murray co-founded the famed Sue Information, among the first & most successful African-American-owned brands in popular music. Delivered Henry Murray, he and partner Bobby Robinson founded Sue in NEW YORK in early 1957 — afterwards that season the label have scored its first local hit using the Matadors’ “Vengeance,” implemented in 1958 by Bobby Hendricks’ nationwide Top 40 strike “Itchy Twitchy Sense.” A season later, Murray produced the Image Information subsidiary — in 1960, Hendricks notched his second Sue strike, “Psycho,” while recordings with the Ray Bryant Combo, Ernestine Anderson, and Jimmy McGriff also set up the label being a jazz hotbed aswell. However the company’s most significant releases were within an R&B vein — 1958 proclaimed the discharge of an early on Don Covay one, “Contrary to popular belief,” and in 1960, Sue released the cooperation of Ike & Tina Turner with “A Fool TOO MUCH TIME.” Ike & Tina released some national strikes under Murray’s hands, included in this “I Idolize You,” “It’s Gonna WORKOUT Great,” “Poor Fool,” “Tra La La La La,” and “You Shoulda Treated Me Best.” Image actually released the business’s biggest strike, Inez Foxx’s 1963 TOP smash “Mockingbird” — she and guitarist sibling Charlie also released a small number of well-received Image efforts. Various other Sue hitmakers: Baby Washington “(“That’s How Heartaches ARE CREATED””), the Spirit Sisters (“I CANNOT Stand It”) and Wilbert Harrison (“Let’s INTERACT”). In 1972, Murray released his first single LP, Constructed for Rate; Inside America adopted four years later on. He also continuing operating Sue in to the following century, even though label never once again recaptured the industrial achievement of its ’60’s heyday.